Can you tell me what stopped the rain? Where is salvation?
Science, saviors, tragedy?

May I lead the way into temptation?
Sirens screaming just for me and the void remains.

Would you save my life if you knew why this is the last time?
I'm leaving without you.
Could you save my life had the boy that you knew not died?
This is the last time.
I'm leaving with out you in silence.

Can you tell me what stops the pain?
Self medication? Science, saviors, tragedy?

How deep must we cut to reach sensation?
Find it. Bring it back to me where the void remains.

Walk with me my one and only...
find with me the end.

Walk with me my one and only silence.

If you knew would you save me?

Can you tell me what stopped the rain?
Can you tell me what stopped it?
If you knew
would you save me?

Lyrics submitted by caitlyn.

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    Oh my goodness the lines " walk with me/ my one and only/ find with me the end" that part of the song nearly brought me to tears. these lyrics go pretty deep...

    evildotphoenixon July 01, 2007   Link
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    This is a GREAT song! I love Blaqk audio. It's fresh and different for people from the rock/punk scene to do something like this.

    lucya91on April 03, 2007   Link
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    im in love with this song already...

    flowersturntogreyxon April 06, 2007   Link
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    Amazing song. Of course, the lyrics are great. What else do you expect from Davey? And Jade's part of this, amazing, as always. Both have insane talent, and they defiantly let that known in this song. Honestly can't wait for the cd to be released.

    VertigoInABoxon May 26, 2007   Link
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    This song is amazing from the moment i heard it i knew blaqk audio was going to be amazing

    Like i said with stiff kittens i think they are talking about religion.

    It's confusing but i really have to figure it out.

    head~acheon June 20, 2007   Link
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    "Could you save my life had the boy that you knew not died?" that is SO awesome i f***ing love this song!! go davey and jade! can't wait for cexcells!

    XxasphyxiatedxXon July 12, 2007   Link
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    I just heard this song, as I was reading the lyrics and I can see a lot of talk about religion

    Such as "Can you tell me what stopped the rain? Where is salvation? Science, saviors, tragedy?"

    but that is almost obvious

    I think that when he says "Could you save my life had the boy that you knew not died?" he is talking about if he could still go to the afterlife even if Jesus died on the cross for our sins

    Like he is adding on to questioning the existence of God

    But I dont know, and I'm just stating my opinion, please don't turn this into a religous debate

    eL RichiOon July 20, 2007   Link
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    yeah i agree with eL RichiO, it does sound like he is questioning God's existence

    CupCake0711on July 20, 2007   Link
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    I love this song.

    xabsolutionxon August 21, 2007   Link
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    Is is bad to say that i find the word "silence" as the sexist thing on this album?

    sistersarahsueon August 29, 2007   Link

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